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Ivan  Front End Web Developer

http://www.ivanbar.com/

Set a goal you want to reach. Set a rock solid mindset, you will reach your goal no matter what. Start executing. 💪

Something I learned recently is to never be afraid of asking other developers on Instagram or at work for help/questions you might have. You learn much quicker if you ask questions. There are some developers out there that are very happy to help, but it doesn't mean you should be annoying them with bunch of questions you can easily search up on Google!

Hey everyone, decided to post a quick update, I've been a bit busy lately so sorry for not posting as much but I should be able to get back to posting regularly soon! How is everyone's Monday? I personally like Mondays, it's beginning of a new week and new opportunities!
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The problem a lot of beginners encounter while learning their first programming language is the fact that they don't know what they don't know. For example, you want to create something with JavaScript and in order to make it work you need to use ".split()" function, the thing is you have no idea that such function exists, you get stuck and have no idea what to do. This is why I think looking at other people's code is so important, when you look at someone code you will try to figure out how it works, you see something new and you search it up and now you know such thing exists and how it works. Another thing beginners have hard time with is thinking of projects to do where they can apply and sharpen their new skills. I really like a site called codewars.com, they have a lot of cool projects to do and when you get stuck you can look at how other people did that project and you will see how people made it work and anything unfamiliar in their code that you find, you can search it up and now you know what it does and how it works. You will keep on learning new things and your knowledge will keep on increasing to the point where you will be able to build things on your own!
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Hello peeps! As we are approaching 1k followers, I'd like to thank you for all the support! Maybe there is something in particular you guys would like to see me posting about? If so, be sure to comment bellow.
Huge thanks to the following accounts:
@insta_code1
@buildtheweb
@codebeach
@codingblog
@codingview
@developer_paradise
@codingquotes
@programmerrepublic
@codeismylife
@worldcode
@codingpics

If I forgot someone let me know :)

What do you really need to start a career in web development? Some people think you need money or a computer with maxed out specs and that's not true at all! What you really need is a computer/laptop(it doesn't have to be expensive, it's good as long as you can browse the Internet and type on it), Internet connection and free time when you can learn. If you have those 3, all you need now is motivation and discipline and that's it! Good luck!

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Started reading eloquent JavaScript couple days ago, liking it so far! I was going to actually order the book but then found a website where you can read it with working code examples that you can run, pretty cool.
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I've had so many people DM me asking mostly the same questions and it's very difficult to reply to every single person. What I'm going to do is answer all the questions here and if someone asks me again I'll just send them this post.
When did I start/and how long have I been doing this? I started when I was 17 (almost 18) I'm still 18 right now (19 in 2 months) and I have been doing this for about a year now. All those months I was just learning none stop and I wasn't looking for work or anything. About two months ago I started applying to jobs (on freelancing sites). How did I start? Googling and watching a lot of YouTube videos about coding, web development in particular. After I knew what I needed to learn and what steps to take I went on sites like codeacedemy, finished course on html/css and right after I started building small sites with just html/css. At first I had to follow youtube tutorials but later I got the hang of it and I started making basic websites from scratch without youtube tutorials but a lot of googling and stackoverflow for any problem I ran into. After I felt like I was good enough with html/css I started learning JavaScript, I followed the same learning steps I did with html/css.

Best advice I can give is to stick to it and don't give up. If other people did it, so can you! Oh yeah I forgot one thing... you should be googling like crazy!
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Some beginners don't realize how important googling is. If you get stuck and have no idea what to do, don't just quit, go Google it up. If you don't have 20 tabs open in your browser, you're probably doing it wrong.
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Yesterday I figured out that the switches my keyboard has, are not real mx switches, in the product description it says "cherry green equivalent" meaning they are just clones (which is why the keyboard costs less). A lot of people say these clones are more like mx blue switches rather than green. From the research I have done, blue switches are the best for typing. Even though this keyboard doesn't have the real mx switches, it doesn't really make it a bad keyboard, it's very well made and has very high ratings. From the experience I had with this keyboard all I can say is it's a pretty damn good keyboard, I'd totally recommend it to a friend.
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